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Colin Devroe

Reverse Engineer. Blogger.

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I interviewed New Zealand based artist Rebekah Codlin

Over on my other site, The Watercolor Gallery, I interviewed Rebekah Codlin about her journey into art. Her realistic portraiture is amazing. If you’re into that sort of thing go ahead and check it out.

This is the first interview after a 22-month hiatus from publishing interviews. Far too long. But the process of restoring The Watercolor Gallery is one that will take many months. I’m spending some time here and there updating older posts, adding new featured paintings, and cleaning up the site’s code. I’m keeping a weekly journal of these updates over on the site.

One thing I’ve been working on this week is a complete refresh of the brand materials. I had done a simple mark in 2015 but I’ve learned a lot since then. I look forward to seeing how this new mark rolls out in the coming months.

Wallace.dog

Local friend Jeremy Brown has a cute animated comic that he publishes on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. It is called Wallace.dog. If you follow him on Instagram you can see behind-the-scenes how much work it is — often starting long before sunrise.

I urge you to check it out.

Summa Scene, Downtown Scranton – January 2018

Saw this tag walking back in the snow to the office after a client meeting. Thought it ironic.

Paper Caves, Honesdale, PA – December 2017

Goregous, immersive art exhibit.

Smartify

Smartify:

Smartify is a free app that allows you to scan and identify artworks, access rich interpretation and build a personal art collection in some of the world’s best museums and galleries.

Gunseli Yalcinkaya, writing for Dezeen, calls it “a Shazam for the art world”.

This is cool. Can’t wait to try it out.

/via Dave Mark at The Loop.